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  • Rain water showers, and ocean views in every room are pretty great. But what really makes this Labadee bungalow a slice of paradise is the Haitian people you'll meet during your stay.
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  • Just meters from the water, this lovingly restored fisherman’s cabin will make you feel like you’re aboard an old clipper ship (that somehow has an herb garden and a wood-fired pizza oven).
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  • This sunlit room in Chicago’s North Side is made for more than yoga and meditation. It’s also great for a little coffee and conversation. Particularly, recounting tales of last night’s escapades at the Green Mill, Al Capone’s favorite jazz club, three blocks away.
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  • No guidebook can compete with a passionate local. Sayuri will take you to spots you won’t find on any map—and help you understand how nature has helped shape the island’s culture. Every hike is different: your tastes and the weather will determine where you go (and how many waterfalls you see).
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While now the fated pascal had been so long afloat.
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Whatever it was, it was coming slowly toward the entrance of the cave, and now, deep and forbidding, it uttered a low and ominous growl. I waited no longer to dispute possession of the ledge with the thing which owned that voice. The noise had not been loud I doubt if the Sagoths heard it at all but the suggestion of latent possibilities behind it was such that I knew it would only emanate.

As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff’s turn on the far side of the cave’s mouth. As the fellow saw me he leaped along the ledge in pursuit, and after him came as many of his companions as could crowd upon each other’s heels. At the same time the beast emerged from the cave.

Whatever it was, it was coming slowly toward the entrance of the cave, and now, deep and forbidding, it uttered a low and ominous growl. I waited no longer to dispute possession of the ledge with the thing which owned that voice. The noise had not been loud I doubt if the Sagoths heard it at all but the suggestion of latent possibilities behind it was such that I knew it would only emanate.

As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff’s turn on the far side of the cave’s mouth. As the fellow saw me he leaped along the ledge in pursuit, and after him came as many of his companions as could crowd upon each other’s heels. At the same time the beast emerged from the cave.

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